Independent developer Alexander Bruce has announced that his psychological exploration game, Antichamber, recognised with over 25 awards and honours throughout its development from major festivals including the Independent Games Festival, PAX10, IndieCade and Make Something Unreal, will be available on January 31st for PC (Windows) via Steam.

“Creating Antichamber was a journey that took me around the world and deep within myself, through an emotional rollercoaster with the highs of award ceremonies and the lows of going a little bit insane,” states developer Alexander Bruce. “After several years of obsessively watching people and trying to get inside their minds, refining and then watching some more, this is what I’ve discovered, and it’s finally time to share that with the world.”

In Antichamber the player controls an unnamed protagonist from a first-person perspective in a game about discovery, that takes place inside a vibrant, minimalistic, Escher-like world, where geometry and space follow unfamiliar rules, and many obstacles are a matter of perception.